When? Thursday 4th July, 7.30 – 9pm
Where? London Action Resource Centre (LARC), 62 Fieldgate Street, London, E1 1ES, click here to see the map
The meeting will be centred on discussing evictions, across tenure, and tactics we can use/develop to take action against them. If you, or your group, are interested then come along.
Many people are facing eviction because of the welfare changes which will force people into debt and arrears. In Tower Hamlets, 3000 housholds are in danger of eviction because of the bedroom tax alone. But eviction is also a common problem for people who are renting in the private sector.
A public meeting has been arranged on the 6th of June after an overwhelming amount of interest in the idea of building a London wide anti-eviction network to share skills and tactics that could be utilised to support those faced with eviction – regardless if they are private renters, social tenants or squatters.
After Unite Community’s NO eviction workshop and the eviction resistance workshop at the Open House event in May, this event is a great possibility to bring people from different backgrounds together and to plan next steps. The agenda of the meeting will be open to all those who come along.